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Dr. Carmen Reagan, professor of marketing in the School of Business, was noted recently in two newspapers.

As chair of the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce, Reagan was interviewed for a special report in the Feb. 25, 2007, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle. The interview centered on establishing a community identity for Clarksville.
Reagan also was quoted in a special report published Feb. 28 by the Todd County Standard, a weekly newspaper in Elkton, Ky.
Dr. Carmen Reagan, professor of marketing in the School of Business, was noted recently in two newspapers.

As chair of the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce, Reagan was interviewed for a special report in the Feb. 25, 2007, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle. The interview centered on establishing a community identity for Clarksville.
Reagan also was quoted in a special report published Feb. 28 by the Todd County Standard, a weekly newspaper in Elkton, Ky.

The newspaper focused on urban sprawling and how Todd County stands to grow in the next few years. Again, as chair of the local Chamber, Reagan offered comments of how growth should be planned.

Dr. Minoa Uffelman, associate professor of history, appeared Feb. 27 on the “Plus Side of Nashville,” a program that airs on Nashville television station WTVF News Channel 5.

Uffelman was promoting a conference about progressive women in the South, as well as speaking on topics related to the conference theme.

Mitch Robinson, vice president for finance and administration, and Dr. Luannette Butler, professor of psychology, had their photographs published in the March 3, 2007, edition of The Leaf-Chronicle.

Butler was presenting Robinson, president of the Sunrise Rotary Club in Clarksville, with an award banner for 100 percent sustaining membership from Rotary International.